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captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is 10th, 2016. welcome "cbs this morning." thousands say goodbye today to muhammad ali. and kareem abdul jabbar speaks to us. >> can donald trump compete in the fundraising race? >> and biden pens a letter to a assault assault victim at opinion state. first, today's "eye opener"
in 90 seconds. >> i know how hard this job can be. i don't think there has ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> democrats rally behind hillary clinton. >> i look forward to meeting with her to see how we can work together to defeat donald trump. >> family, friends, fans alike are now gathering across louisville as the boxing legend muhammad ali is laid to rest today. >> the world health organization should consider delaying getting pregnant. >> hundreds of residents are out of their homes as a brush fire threatens their community. >> i was prepared to lose my house in 2013 and i'm prepared now. >> family members killed after their small plane crashed. >> gordie howe, a legendary
hockey player, passed away this morning. >> a huge tiger pouncing on a woman at the zoo. luckily there is glass. >> you have been on our show, you know. >> yes, i know. >> what do you like about it? >> i've been on all of them, yours is the only one that doesn't seem like an insane circus. >> thank you, congress, for spending eight years wishing you could replace me with a republican, or to put it another way, how do you like me now? >> after meeting at the white house, bernie sanders will do everything he can to "make sure donald trump doesn't become president of the united states." >> president obama met with bernie sanders privately today, but not too privately.
>> brought to you by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning," charlie rose is off again, anthony mason is here. the world is ready to say goodbye to muhammad ali. a motorcade is carrying the man known as the greatest through his hometown. they're about load the casket into a hearse. thousands are lining city streets along the route if will pass by important places from his childhood, including the home where he grew up. crowds have been visiting the house all week. >> the procession will end at the cave hill cemetery where he will be buried in private. celebrities, famous athletes,
and thousands of fans are expected to attend. scott pelley begins our coverage. good morning, great to be with you. people are still coming to the muhammad ali center today bringing memories and momentos for muhammad ali. days like today you realize how overused the word legendary is. he will be celebrating here in louisville today. it was here that cassius clay started his boxing career that led to him becoming one of the most famous people on earth, maybe the most famous. the mayor said muhammad ali belongs to the world, but he has only one hometown. and that hometown is welcoming the world to celebrate the champ's memory. >> it was a somber moment when
his body arrived at louisville's freedom hall on thursday. his wife sat in silence as islamic prayers filled the room. more than 14,000 people, many of them muslim, came to honor a man considered by many as islam's greatest ambassador. >> he was a gift to his people. his religion, his country, and ultimately, to the world. >> muhammad ali. >> he embraced the faith in 1964. and proudly carried the message of peace and unity throughout the world. >> i like louisville like it is. >> here in louisville he will make his final journey. a funeral procession will travel more than 23 miles through the streets where a young man then known as cassius clay got his
start. going to his home, high school, and museum that bears his name. this week, many have struggle today find words to celebrate a man who never seemed to run out of them. >> i'm an actor, a fighter, and most of all, i'm pretty. >> the task now falls to former president bill clinton and comedian billy crystal who will speak about the man. lennox lewis is a palbearer. >> i'm happy that he is finally resting and the one helping to bring him to his resting place. >> that procession we described earlier will be getting under way shortly. then there will be a private burial ceremony, and then following that, thousands of people are scheduled to attend
an interfaith service that was designed by muhammad ali himself. he once told a friend of mine some people don't remember the name of the president of the united states, but everybody knows muhammad ali, and that was never more true than today. >> scott, thank you, we'll be watching when you anchor the evening news from louisville tonight. we'll be watching live pictures as the procession is about to begin. on grand avenue a crowd is gathered right now. good morning. >> good morning, the scene changed dramatically from when we first got here. there are hundreds of people here all of course fans of muhammad ali wanting to pay tribute. we spoke to a number of people from the neighborhood.
some are from los angeles, some from chicago. people are coming from all over. we have seen signs, t-shirts, hats, paintings. it is definitely a celebration of a man's life that meant so much to the louisville community. it will come past the home, but that will be near the end of the procession. you can hear people chanting behind me. ali, the champ is here. the crowd is excited and sharing their various stories. seems like everyone has a muhammad ali story. thank you so much. our streaming news network will have special coverage of the memorial at 10:00 a.m. pacific time. >> and breaking sad news, gordie howe died about two hours ago
after a long illness. he was known as mr. hockey. he had the all-time records for goals for decades. he didn't retire for good until he was 52. he played long enough to be on the same team with two of his sons. he was 88 years old. >> an incredible career. >> a really nice man. >> this morning it appears a long and hard fought democratic race is over. they welcomed the support saying "we started off as fierce competitors and we ended up as true friends and partners." the president is ready to campaign for clinton starting next week. good morning. >> good morning. that is right and the endorsement was not a surprise to bernie sanders.
obama told sanders he would be endorsing hillary clinton when he spoke over the phone last sunday, but the senator asked the presidential hold off until after they had a chance to meet in person. >> here we are in mid june, and we're still standing. >> in a speech free of attacks of presidential promises, benny sanders told the ground in washington his fight is not over. >> together we are going to chane our national priorities. earlier in a video posted on hillary clinton's facebook page, president obama officially endorsed his one time democratic rival and secretary of state. >> i know how hard this job can be. that is why i know hillary will be so good at it. >> he taped the message on tuesday as voters were heading to the polls in several states. whoever the next president is and god willing in my view it will be secretary clinton.
>> the endorsement came less than two hours after sanders wrapped up a meeting at the white house. >> the vermont senator said he would exit following the final race next tuesday. >> i will work as hard as i can to make sure that donald trump does not become president of the united states. >> sanders travelled to capitol hill for meetings with democratic leaders who rallied to support clinton and praised sanders. >> he made our country and party a better place. >> what bernie sanders did was powerfully important. he ran a campaign from the heart. >> minority leader harry reid said sanders knows his run is over. >> i think he accepted that she is the nominee. >> hillary clinton and senator elizabeth warren are meeting
this morning, fuelling more speculation that warren could be clinton's running mate, but it is also a way for clinton to start reaching out to progressive democrats that are so energized by the campaign. >> with the democrats closing ranks, republicans are vowing to raid all of the money that donald trump needs to run against her. trump met with dozens of g.o.p. donors to kick started fundraising that lags behind. clinton. chip that'd shows us what is next for the republican national committee. >> donald trump is trying to get his financial house in order. he is relying on the rnc and state parties for fundraising now. he needs the party to do much of the ground work in the general election. >> mr. trump, will you talk to us. >> he huddled with republican
money men looking to fill his general election war chest. >> how did the meeting go? >> chris christie was tight lipped on what went down inside the private meeting. lewis eisenberg sounded confident. >> he will have enough money to win the presidential election? >> he'll get as much as he needs to win. >> paul manifort had a magic number in mind. >> they're candidate threw out a grandoise number. >> he dialled back this week saying he would not need as much money because he gets so much publicity, but he will be fashioning a multipronged attack. >> we will not deal with this want to be tyrant or his allies
in the senate. >> senator elizabeth warren lead the charge. >> i find donald trump's conduct in this regard inappropriate. >> he characterized his party's nominee as a work in progress. >> this is a long campaign with a ways to go. >> with president obama now ready to hit the trail for hillary clinton, donald trump will need cash if he wants to counter her high-powered campaign. she is behind by a lot. there are reports her campaign and allies expect to raise a billion dollars and the republican team is caming for less than half of that. >> good morning. >> a big day for hillary clinton again, not only getting the endorsement of the president, the vice president, and the two
of them will meet this morning. what does that mean for her? >> it is what unity looks like. the worry it would linger on. i think bernie sanders is the next step. >> what sort of change, if any, do you think it gives her? >> it helps as a contrast. one of the things that the democrats have going for them now in comparison to trump, is they can be seen as the party of grown ups. two former presidents -- in so many words, two former candidat candidates. i think that is a healthy contrast to draw. as elizabeth warren was on a talk show last night, asked about her qualifications and
capabilities, i want you to see this. >> do you believe you would be capable of stepping into that job and doing that job if you were ever called to do it? >> yes, i do. >> well, she didn't stutter. >> she didn't stutter and she has been demuring the whole time. i think that was a data point. i think she would like a big role all of a sudden. i don't know if this was her plan all along. >> is she on the vp list? >> she is certainly on the public vp list. but i think it is a very -- yeah, i think they would consider her. i think it is still a long shot. >> how effective was president obama's endorsement yesterday. he said i know how hard this job is, she is qualified, and saying "i'm with her." >> i think we will hear variations on that in the next few months.
and it draws the question of decency. >> this is the front of "usa today." trump's string of unpaid bills. what does that hack away at for his credibility and strengths going into this campaign? >> all of those things. >> i think there is a whole flood of these things and not because of opposition research. it has been out there or it has been mined for the last several weeks and months. we will see. i think there is a lot of doubt around him already. >> if you look at the washington journal poll, trump beating hillary for handling the economy. >> stories like there are unhelpful. >> what about the financial
disparity that chip reid referred to. >> it could be less than half of that. he doesn't have the happen rapp. when you have been saying the whole time i'm self funding my own campaign, it's not a great sales pitch to fundraisers. an earthquake overnight likely shook many southern californians out of bed if hit south of palm springs around 1:00 a.m. pacific time. a seismograph shows what happened when the quake struck and it sparked several smaller after shocks. it caused minor damage, but no reports of major damage and no one was hurt. a new warning this morning in the fight against the zika
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in this crash. debris all over the freeway. so as you can see it's causing a big traffic mess backed up for at least an accident or two speeds 36 miles per hour. on the other side of the bay, across the san mateo bridge, we want to show you a live look right now. traffic is very slow in those westbound lanes of 92. a good 20-minute drive from end to end across the span. at the bay bridge, "friday light," lighter than normal not quite backed up through the maze just to the overcrossing. that is "kcbs traffic." let's get an update on your forecast. here's julie. >> well, it's looking good out there today, liz. we have more blue skies today than we did yesterday. in fact, here's a look at your high temperatures around the bay topping out near 80 degrees for the warmest locations inland. low 60s along the coast. low to mid-70s around the bay today. a look at the extended forecast shows this is just the beginning of a warming trend. we are still cool today. tomorrow 90. warm on the weekend. cool next week. ,,,,,,,,
a woman in florida's been arrested for stealing a woman in florida was arrested for stealing $100,000 from disney world. that's right, she stole two admission tickets. >> we walked into that. you could hear the audience going "oh." and joe biden with words of support for the stanford sexual assault victim. and a victim of the brussels terror attack. the wounded basketball player we have been following touches down in michigan. look at this, a really emotional
welcome from his family. he had not seen his girl. >> we were in the hospital when they first saw each other. >> a nice story. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. the delivery of aide to a be sieged syrian town. they got government permission to help 15 areas isolated. >> cbs news.com reports on the first euro 16 game. millions of fans are expected and our elizabeth palmer reports some 90,000 security personnel
will guard the tournament. there is concern whether or not the state department condones drone strikes in pakistan. some were forwarded by clinton aids to her personal e-mail account. if the e-mail descriptions are true, they were probably widely sent within the government. >> and want houston chronicle reports that a small plane was coming in too high before it crashed on a landing approach. all three people were killed when the plane plunged into a parked car. it was on it's third landing attempt. air traffic control tried to warn the pilot. >> we'll either do four, or we might swing you around to 3-5 up, straighten up, straighten up. >> it had an emergency parachute, but it did not
deploy. powerful words for the victim of the stanford sexual assault indication. >> i tried to push it out of my mind, but it was so heavy i didn't talk, i didn't eat, i didn't sleep, i didn't interact with anyone. >> cynthia nixon is among the celebrities, journalists, and others sharing the victim's letter to her attacker by reading it out loud. josh shows how moving the letter is. >> in this letter, vice president biden called the victim a warrior. said her words should be required reading for men and women of all ages. >> vice president joe biden responded to the anonymous
victim's searing impact statement with a powerful message of your own. i don't know your name, but i will never forget you. your words will help people you have never met and never will. you have given them the strength they need to fight. so i believe you will save lives. the 23-year-old woman was sexually saassaulted on the stanford campus. the sixth month sentence given to her attacker has stirred national outrage. you will never be defined by what the father termed 20 minutes of action. he has long championed sexual assault justice. >> he put a violence against women advisor in the white house. and he looked at the stats and said this is not getting better. >> 26 years ago, a then senator
biden wrote the violence against women act. >> it's on us, all of us, to stop sexual assault. >> he helped with the "it's on us" campaign, and at the academy awards this year, he encouraged bystanders to step in. >> take the pledge that says i will intervine in situations where consent cannot be given. >> he also called for change in campus culture, an issue he has taken on before. >> get this straight, never is it appropriate to say what did i do? the question is why was that done to me. >> the judge that sentenced turner is still facing heavy scrutiny. a recall petition that received more than one million signatures will be delivered later today.
we're hearing reports this week of perspective jurors refusing to be considered for juries. >> vice president biden being applauded. i got calls "i wish joe biden was in this race." he said sex without consent is rain, period. >> it has been a lifelong and career long push for him. >> yes, thank you, josh. a survivor of the brussels terror attacks is back home in the u.s. this morning. sebastien bellin embraced his wife on u.s. soil for the first time since being injured. his two young daughters also greeted him before he left for about two weeks care at a hospital. >> you come really far, and this is the kind of emotions that
build up. over the three months that i was away from them. >> bellin was about to fly home from the brussels airport in march when two bombs exploded. he had severe injuries to his hips and legs. he hopes to put pressure on his feet very soon. and ahead, inside the scam uncovered by cbs news that preys on the trusted u.s. military members. watch us on your cbs app. don't miss our conversation about muhammad ali with kareem abdul jabbar when we come back. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> linda told us she visited the clinic several times to make extra money for christmas presents. >> she just said she has clinical research going and they paid you by walmart cards so you give your urine -- >> but it wasn't for research. the samples collected were sent to a cockerell center. they were scanned for drugs. >> it amounted to almost $7,000 just for me. >> it adds up. the lab made more than $5 million for drug testing last year. >> tri-care like many things in the department of defense.
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good morning. back out to southbound 101, approaching oyster point. this wreck is now cleared to the right-hand shoulder but look at the damage trying to get out of the city. it's all backed up on the central freeway. southbound 101 backed up even beyond oyster point now the scene of that earlier wreck. 280 will be a better option. bay bridge clearing out. so this is how you can tell it's a "friday light" kind of morning. so far, so good into san francisco just a few minutes wait at the toll plaza. san mateo bridge loosening up as well out of the east bay. that's "kcbs traffic." here's julie. thank you, miss liz. we are starting off with much more clear skies today than this time yesterday. so we are going to see likely temperatures a little bit warmer than yesterday. still cool of average thanks to that robust onshore flow. temperatures topping out near 80 for the warmest spots inland. low 60s at the coast.
good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, june 10th, 2016. welcome back to cbs news this morning. more real news ahead including the funeral procession going on right now for muhammad ali. first, here is today's eye opener at 8:00. >> the mayor of louisville says ali has only one home down and that home down todtown today isg the world. >> it wasn't a surprise to bernie sanders, but he asked the president to hold off until
after they had a chance to meet in person. >> something it relying largely on the rnc and state parties for fundraising now. >> vice president biden called the victim a warrior and was infire rated. >> judged by what we one covered, they won't have much trouble finding evidence. >> after the endorsement, obama just endorsed crooked hillary. and hillary immediately responded delete your account. if he needs help deleting computer records, she knows a guy. >> i'm gayle king with norah o'donnell, and anthony mason.
muhammad ali on his way to his final resting place at this hour. actor will smith, mike tyson, and lennox lewis lifted his casket into a hearse. these are the live pictures of that procession. >> and this route will take him past the muhammad ali center, his childhood home, and other important places from his life. jericka duncan is outside of the place where the motorcade will arrive. >> what a beautiful morning for a procession like this. hundreds of people from his home done and around the country coming to pay homage to the
champ. now the process has started, as you mentioned, and people here are excited and ready to pay their respects to the hero. you have people out here with hu ham mad muhammad ali hats and shirts. he did so much for people all around the world. >> after he is laid to rest, there will be a public memorial service later this afternoon in louisville. david is outside of the ali center. last night he called the ali family and said he changed his mind and his schedule and he
arrived this morning on a red eye flight to be there in time for the procession. and the example fought his very first fight as a professional. people said prayers over the champ's body. the first time we had seen the ali family since muhammad ali died. today at the memorial we'll see president clinton, billy crystal, and will smith. we also sat down with lennox lewis earlier. >> you will carry the body of that greatest man. >> yeah. >> is there an honor bigger than that? >> no, it's a great privilege, a great honor. and you know, words can't really describe how i feel about that. and i'm happy that, you know, he is finally resting and i'm the
one helping bring him to his resting place. >> was there ever a vulnerable moment you had with him? had. >> just a small one. he came over to canada and he whispered to me i used to be the champion, now you're the champion, and i said no, you're always the greatest. >> here at the young center, 300 people are here, the doors have not opened yet, the service begins at 11:00 a.m. west coast time. >> david, that was a beautiful moment, thank you so much. basketball hall of famer and six time nba champ kareem abdul jabbar. he is joining us from louisville
to pay tribute to the man he calls his mentor and big brother. >> good morning. >> what are your thoughts today about your friend as we prepare to say goodbye? >> a lot of sadness, you know? i'm sorry to see him go. the last couple of years that he was alive, it was kind of tough on him to not be able to communicate the way, in his style. so you know that is -- that weighed hard on him and on all of us. we knew how he was struggling with that. but throughout all of any of the problems that he had, he and his spirit was indlarge. >> you said i admired the athlete of action but it was the man of principal that was my true role model. what did you admire most about him? >> i admired that he stuck to
his principals. when he felt that the vietnamese war was immoral and illegal, he wasn't going to participate, and nothing was going to change him or push him off of that position. and he paid a big price for it. but his personal feelings were more important than the price he was paying. >> first meeting him on hollywood boulevard in 1966 when he was doing magic tricks. and you said he was a big brother to all african-americans. >> he was, he was someone that we admired. he was someone that set an example that if we will have any change in our country, we have to have the courage and determination to go out there and deal with it. and it was his friendship. i had a bad fire, my house
burned to the ground, and it was tough for me. i was standing in my yard, and a car pulls up and ali gets out. he was like what happened? and i said my house is gone, as you can see. and he said look, no one got hurt, i jst lost some stuff. my son didn't get hurt. i can deal with it. and he said you're okay, everyone else is okay? good. and he just showed up and gave me some support and disappeared. he was like that. when you needed him, he was there. >> sometimes that's all it takes. >> yeah. >> for a friend to show up when you need him most. >> he had such a great sense of humor. i knew we were friends when -- >> he used to bring his kids to
laker games a lot. and people gave him some birds that were training to say ali. that's all they said all of the time. they didn't say anything else, and i said do you still have those birds and he said i got rid of them. i could not sleep. i came home and once i came in ali. 3:00 in the morning, ali. so i got rid of the birds, don't say nothing. >> you shared a personal photo where he wrote a special message to you, to kareem from one legend to another, may history shine upon you. what is that like? >> it was a great hop nor. it was someone who valued friendship like that and he respected my achievement the same way i respected his.
he was incredible that way. >> i spent last weekend watching a lot of tributes to him, i learned a lot of things i didn't know. he was so brave and courageous at the age of 22, what do you say about that side of him? >>. >> it is a test moan to his courage. in the height of the civil rights movement, he was going to say what he had to say, and he would be the person that he had to be. >> thank you very much for being with us this morning. we're grateful for your time. >> nice talking with you. thank you.
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a family's desperate search for macinvirg a family's search far missing virginia college student in 2014 captured the nation's attention. hannah gram vanished after a night out in charlottes town. a bomb shell of forensic evidence linked her suspected killer to other unsolved crimes in the area. we have the preview of tomorrow's "48 hours." >> hannah graham went missing more than a year and a half ago. >> we're going to work relentlessly. >> her parents john and sue graham made desperate appeals for help. >> she is our only daughter and
she is enormously precious to us all. >> she was last seen alive in surveillance videos. >> this is mcgrady's, a restaurant. he comes in from the left. >> she seems uninstead on on her feet here and later on in the video. >> next at the charlottesville downtown mall. surveillance tapes also capture a man walking in the foreground. >> you will notice she a pretty destinctive looking guy. >> his indictment leading to a bomb shell. >> dna science is ultimately what connected three separate indications. >> jesse matthews dna linked him
to the rain of a young woman a decade ago, and the slaying of 20-year-old morgan harrington. >> we're part of a ugly little club. >> jill harrington's daughter, morgan, was abducted and murdered in twine. last september, jesse matthew was also charged with her murder. one man, three brutal crimes. the rain trial would come first. the victim stood bravely facing her attacker and jesse matthew would take a plea. >> we wanted to take him off of the street in is step one. >> hannah graham's case would be next. this time jesse matthew was facing the death penalty. and then an announcement. >> he plead guilty to first-degree murder of hannah graham and morgan harrington.
>> i would say the primary emotion is relief. finding justice for morgan has been a burden on our family for 6 1/2 years. >> hannah's enduring gift to us all is that he enabled this wicked man to be apprehended and convicted. she changed the world at a terrible price. >> hannah graham, deadly connections, on an extended "48 hours." i remember both of those stories. as a parent, it doesn't get worse than that. i didn't know he plead guilty. >> me either, a great testament to the investigators. we have charlie's conversation with the creator.
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>> as good as it has been done. >> all that, and all that matters. ♪ . >> a scare for this woman, when she visited the zoo, she had her back to the tiger enclosure, you see one of the big cats sneak up behind her. once she turned around, the tiger pounced. luckily they were separated by some very strong glass. the visit or got a good laugh ad so did the tiger. >> you know what i thought was good? the way the tiger was really crouching and pouncing, that is scary. >> ahead, malia obama's graduation, already this
morning, from high school. wasn't she just ten today, t -c will consider a gas tax hike on the november ballot. the increase would eith good morning, it's 8:25. time for some news headlines. today the mtc will consider a gas tax hike on the november ballot. the increase would be either five or ten cents per gallon for road repairs. uber users will soon be able to schedule a pickup up to 30 days in advance. it's to better serve business customers. lyft plans to test a similar future in san francisco. coming up on "cbs this morning," charlie rose with a preview of his "60 minutes" two- part segment on the record- breaking musical "hamilton." first. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
good morning. our hot spot this friday is still that drive along 101 trying to get in on out of san francisco from the peninsula. look at that red. that's really slow right now because of an earlier accident. it was southbound 101 at oyster point. it was involving ten cars for a while debris on the road. it's cleared but still chevy in both directions. even heading on the lower deck of the bay bridge. so pretty backed up. different story coming into san francisco from the east bay however. the metering lights remain on but traffic has been super light at the toll plaza. and if you are traveling along 880 in oakland, this is what it looks like near the oakland
airport and coliseum. moving better than into oakland. and through the livermore valley and the dublin- pleasanton area, also in the clear with a 17-minute drive time from the altamont pass. that's "kcbs traffic." here's julie. well, liz, we do have some cloud out there but take a look at this, blue skies over ocean beach. we are seeing certainly clear skies today than we did this time yesterday. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. later today we're warming up low to mid-50s along the coast, low to mid-70s around the bay. and temperatures near 80 inland. still cool of average although we'll see more sun than yesterday. tomorrow, though, we are warming up. we'll see temperatures reaching near 90 degrees for the warmest spots saturday and a little bit cooler on sunday. sunday into monday the onshore flow returns and temperatures will gradually begin to cool first along the coast, then inland as we move towards midweek next week. ,,,,,,,,
♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, new footage from welcome back to "cbs this morning." we have the interview with lynn emanuel. >> and could an african gray parrot be a witness to a crime? >> time now to show you some of the headlines from around the globe. bloomberg business week says that the google co-founder is
backing two startups for flying cars. >> meet george jetson. >> britain's daily mirror has a new portrait of queen elizabeth and prince phillip. the couple has been married for 68 years. phillip turns 95 years old today. and a seattle woman that was muhammad ali's pen pal for 30 years. she first wrote when she was 10. as a girl she considered him a super hero. he replied to every single letter. she met him back in 1992 when he was diagnosed with parkinson's. she says he was the best friend she ever had. she sent him her report card and
told him her deepe esest secretd he always responded. a day of strong emotions for president obama and his family. his older daughter malia is receiving her high school diploma this morning. the president shared his emotional struggle with this milestone. margaret brennan has more on this special relationship. >> the family's first born is graduating and the president turned down an invitation to speak at commencement because he says he will be sobbing when malia gets her diploma. >> the day he has dreaded is finally here. >> one more example of the president crying. >> watching your child graduate is emotional for any parent, but malia's graduation comes at a pivotal moment. >> you're going through major
stress for what people think of as stress, job change, moving, first daughter going to college. malia going off, that is the most stressful. that will make me tear up. >> her commencement is the cu culminati culmination. >> once in the white house, her parents shielded her from the spotlight. >> even in an era of cell phone cameras, you tube posts, she managed to lead a remarkably dignified teenager existence. >> she has rocketed to almost the same height as her over 6 foot tall father, and they have savored their final year told.
malia attended a first state dinner march, and gaver will sister a thumbs up for talking to actor ryan reynolds. malia, the president says, is one of his best friends and their nightly talks influenced his thinking on social issues like gay marriage. >> when you're the president, it's hard to make friends. your family and relationships take on a heightened quality because you're in the bubble with so few people. >> today the proud parent must let malia go. >> she is well prepared. she will do great things, and as michelle reminds us, our job is to make sure they don't need us any more. >> and gayle, next month malia turns 18, which makes her old enough to cast her vote for the person she thinking should succeed her dad in office. parents everywhere can
relate to that story. both of the obama girls are really truly lovely young women. >> and as the piece points out there, it is remarkable that they have been very dignified. there have been no family scandals as we have seen in past administrations. >> you sew their wings on tight and let them soar. that is great. >> margaret, thank you, the broadway smash hit hamilton and an interview with the writer, creator, and star of the show. we have a preview of charlie's two part story. and miranda says why the story is told through the vice president. >> he becomes your narrator. >> yes. >> because you need -- what?
>> i need balance. hamilton would be happy to narrate his own story, and burr is the mirror image, orphaned, speeds through princeton, just as smart as hamilton. but every time hamilton says go, bu ar burr says stop. >> burr is played by leslie odem jr. >> he keeps winning anyway, changing the grain. ♪ ir ran da explores the rivalry between burr and hamilton from friends, competitors, to political rivals. in one song, day finally become
enemies. >> i want to be in the room where it happens. >> room where it happens is the toughest jigsaw puzzle i ever did. >> explaining how hamilton, jefferson, and madison make a back room deal to move the capital from new york city to washington dc. this is the final straw for the man left out. ♪ >> hold your nose and close your eyes. >> trying to explain a very complicated compromise that happened behind closed doors, and what makes it exciting is we're telling it from the perspective of the one guy who wasn't there, aaron burr. he says they traded away the capital of our country for an
unprecedented financial plan that happened over a dinner that none of us were at. we were not involved in the decision. the room where it happened. >> got to be in the room. >> got to be "the room where it happens" ♪ ♪ >> i wish there was a way everybody could see this play. >> you watch a good part of it in the "60 minutes interview." every number is terrific. a big night for hamilton on sunday night. >> yes, you can see the rest of charlie's interview sunday at on "60 minutes" including more previously unseen conversation. and then we want you to stay tuned for the 70th annual tony awards at 8:00, 7:00 central.
and then on tuesday, on cbs this morning, tony nominee and star leslie odom jr. will be here, he plays aaron burr. >> drink the kool-aid and it tastes good. and don dahler will talk about what happens when the only witness to a murder can only say a few words. coming up on "cbs this morning". >> can he get the parrot to say "on cbs this morning." all that and a
we all know parrots are smart, but could their testimony be used in court? prosecutors have not ruled it out. we took a trip of harvard university and sat down with a leader researcher and her friends to see if parrots could make al-qaedable witnesses. >> how smart is african gray parrot? >> irene runs the alex foundation and the lab on the campus of harvard university. studying this species of parrot for 40 years. >> where do you think their intelligence lying on a scale of dogs, chimpanzees, dolphins. >> they're equivalent to
dolphins and chimpanzees. for a one pound parrot, the side of the brain is enormous. >> that is griffin. he is 21 years old, and he is still pretty young for a parrot. on average, they can live for 50 years in captivity. >> is it possible that a bird can hear something said in a moment of violence, retain it, and repeat it? >> it's possible. is it likely? who knows. they're less likely to learn from film or video than say from an interaction. would i say it's likely? no. possibly, yes. >> he can mimic speech, but also display the reason to ability and decipher. >> if their human friend was
being attacked, would they be more prone to a hyper vigilant memory of that situation? >> it is possible this bird witnessed the murder, heard what was said, but being able to prove that in a court of law -- >> that would be very difficult. >> and the challenge for the prosecutors is showing that the phrase the bird keeps repeating was said by the victim and not just something he heard on tv. >> if he says don't friggin shoot, and he is imitating the man's voice. >>,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
>> hillary clinton makes political history. >> she has to grab this moment. >> bridges are better than walls. >> the other team refused to leave the court. >> i look forward to meeting with her. >> trump was quiet and conventional the world is coming to pay homage to muhammad ali. >> my dad was the greatest fighter ever. >> a chinese jet flew too close to a plane. >> targeted across the street from israel. >> the most serious punishment we have seen in the support. >> i made a huge mistake.
>> rob gronkowski got his head shaved on sunday. >> do you think republicans are happy with their choice? >> we are, but i don't know how -- ♪ we will we will rock you >> you know the ladies that walk around with the ring cards, i was thinking please don't come back in here, stay out. >> float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. >> people gave him some birds they would trained to say ali, ali, ali, all of the time, they didn't say anything else. >> that is the hard part. we have to sort of -- ♪
alexa, who is charlie rose? >> my son and i met in paris to see jay-z. >> i was out there put your c diamonds up and make some [ bleep ] noise. >> you're getting closer to the other morning shows. >> what did you think of kujo -- >> this huge st. bernard came up. >> you're a strange guy with a strange mind. >> and all that matters. >> do you know all of the lyrics or do you have to bone up on them. >> there is a little boning up. it feels weird to say that this early in the morning.
today, the m-t-c will consia gas tax hike on the november ballot. the good morning, it's 8:55. time for some news headlines. today the mtc will consider a gas tax hike on the november ballot. the increase would be either five or ten cents per gallon for road repairs. a new statue is being unveiled today in san francisco. venus is stainless steel and 92 feet high. it will be the centerpiece on a public art collection in a plaza at a new housing development in the midmarket area. a couple of watch parties are planned for game 4 of the nba finals tonight. warriors fans will be watching golden state take on the cavs at oracle arena and san francisco's civic center plaza. here's julie with the forecast. >> the forecast is looking good. look over san jose where you can see blue skies with some clouds off in the distance.
definitely more sunshine to start off the day than we saw yesterday. temperatures will likely warm up just a little bit more than yesterday as a result. still cooler than average. temperatures in the low to mid- 60s at the coast, 70s in the bay and 80 for the warmest spots inland. warming up this weekend with temperatures near 90 for warm inland spots saturday. upper 80s sunday. cooling into the workweek the return of the onshore flow monday into tuesday cooling at the coast then inland as well by the end of next week. traffic coming up after the break.
good morning. let's take a check of the bay bridge. the toll plaza as you can see, it is a "friday light" kind of morning heading into san francisco. no big delays in the cash or the fastrak lanes. however getting there on the eastshore freeway you can see that's still jammed up through berkeley and emoryville, 37 minutes from the carquinez bridge. also very heavy traffic right now coming into and out of san francisco from the peninsula. it's all because of an early- morning wreck. southbound 101 approaching oyster point but traffic backed up early after that. even though the wreck is cleared for an hour. if you are traveling through portions of contra costa county, here's what it looks like at 4. clear right now as well as southbound 680 heading out of walnut creek. and there's an ace train delays all morning but bart, caltrain and muni are on time.
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